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operation has done two years back.wt about my fertility?

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Hi Sir 2 years back i got pain in my right side testicle it has been enlarged .doctor removed right side testicle am age of 27.can i survive with one testicle please help me. when the operation done diagnosis report rt testicle: measuring 48*28mm; enlarged; homogeneous echo texture
epidydimis : enlarged
mild hydrocele noted
no varicocele noted

lt testicle: measuring 41*20mm
head of epidydimis:normal
no hydrocele noted
no varicocele noted

impression:
rt testis and epididymis enlarged noted.
on colour doppler no intra testicular vascularity noted.
s/o rt tortion testis.

please help me out what are precaution i have to take.i have an habbit of smoking and drinking. am going get married.

operation has done two years back.wt about my fertility.give me your valuble suggestions


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replied July 15th, 2012
Testicles Answer A37085
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am glad to help you out. Testicular torsion is a urologic emergency. If this condition is not immediately reversed manually, then there’s a risk of permanent damage to the testes as in this conditon the blood supply to the testes is cut off. Surgical removal of the testis becomes necessary as such a testis if left unattended can become cancerous. In some patients, there’s a risk of infertility after the removal of one of the testis. This occurs due to the autoimmune damage (generation of the antibodies at the time of the testicular torsion) of the other testis. However, this occurs only in a few individuals and thus shouldn’t be a cause of concern. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.


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